Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has said he did not attend nor give “permission” for approval of a roadmap cementing “governance” this week.
A group of entities had committed to aiding growth of the Ethereum ecosystem, summarizing their intentions in a statement May 9.
The signees, all of which attended the EIP0 Summit earlier this month, identified a need to “help understand, document and improve Ethereum’s governance.”
Members of the agreement include Parity, the startup led by Ethereum cofounder Gavin Wood, as well as ERC20 startups Gnosis and Aragon.
Committing to support “one or more” of a four-point plan, the signees, which refer to themselves as “stakeholders,” also seek to involve the wider Ethereum community in discussing how the network will look in future.
“We all agree that we need to be having productive conversations around the future of Ethereum,” the statement reads…